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An antique form is m(i)entre (I don't remember if the 'i' is there or
not). But
nowadays only 'mientras' is heard. I think I've seen once 'm(i)entre'
in a
piece of poetry dating from the 17th century or so. Not sure though.

Christophe.

http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr
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On the same line but on a different train track, the Italian is
mentre, I believe...

Imperative